Paperless Post designs custom online stationery, to show that communication can be personal and well-designed regardless of the medium.
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Paperless Post has partnered with several world-famous designers and lifestyle brands, including Kate Spade New York, Oscar De la Renta, Jonathan Adler, and Rifle Paper Co., and has delivered over 85 million cards to date. Customize online cards, invitations, and flyers that reflect your personal style — for weddings, holidays, birthdays, and other meaningful events.
Designing the perfect holiday cards and invitations shouldn’t be a hassle when planning for your momentous day. Paperless Post made sharing my holiday cards a breeze. Paperless Post has invitations that appeal to everyone’s expectations.
“Re-Imagining invitations through design and technology to help you connect at life’s most memorable moments.” Paperless Post
I fell in love with the new holiday card collection that debuted on Black Friday. Paperless Post has a vast selection of beautiful well designed cards and invitations to choose from. I didn’t have to wait to send my invitations out by mail with Paperless Post invitations are sent online. After your done personalizing the invites simply upload your guest contact details and hit send.
Many designs are free, if sent without any premium options added. You can send a free card to up 500 email addresses.
When you’re browsing card designs, look for the “Free” filter on the left hand side of the page, or above the first card result. The pricing of each card is also listed once you click into its thumbnail. If the card is free to send, it will say “Starting at Free.”
Here are our current selection of free invitations and free cards.
Any card design that is advertised as free will not have a coin cost to send, but you may need to remove Premium defaults (like envelopes or backdrops) from your Customize page once you get started.
Another free option is our new Flyer product which is now available and yes I’m a huge fan.
3 Reasons To Use The Flyer
Use a shareable link to let your guests know about your event—put it on social media, in a text message, or in your email list.
Guests can RSVP and you can keep track of your expected turnout.
Bold, straightforward designs make it easy to put together an event page filled with all the info your guests need.
I love paperless post! It’s like the more personal, classier, and prettier version of Evites.
I am so bad about sending cards and things like that in the mail. I didn’t even send out invitations to my graduation! This seems like a great option for me since I’m online anyway and so are most of my friends.
I love paperless post. I use them for invites and birthday parties. Usually I use the basic free versions but next year I am going to try to upgrade a few styles for invites !
I love the online option. Especially since we haven’t sent out cards yet! lol
This is so neat! The example is really beautiful!
I am someone who loves to send cards and design invitations. Paperless Post is so my style. I am going to check them out. Free is always appealing.
This is the first time in a while that we have decided to send out cards. I’ll look into this company! Thanks!
Oh la la, I love how these look like REAL invitations. So pretty and love how it even looks embossed somehow. So using these for my next party!
I’m horrible at invitations and holiday cards. This is super simple and has so many options.